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Bernie's Books: Deploying Windows Server 2003

Bernie Klinder, Founder, LabMice.net

For the experienced network engineer tasked with a large-scale Windows Server 2003 migration, Windows Server 2003: Best Practices for Enterprise Deployments by Nelson and Danielle Ruest is a must.

Bernie Klinder, Contributing Editor

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The book is organized along the principle that migrations are 80% planning, preparing, and testing and 20% implementation. It is divided into 10 chapters that build on themselves as you go along. The chapters are well organized and filled with useful tables, checklists, datasheets, critical tips, roadmaps and blueprints. The book also has a companion Web site that provides downloadable .pdf versions of many of the charts in the book. (Free registration is required.) Here's what you'll find between the covers:

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